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Sharing faith experiences – Glory Fernandes -I
Welcome to our special program on the Year of Faith, THE FAITHFUL WITNESS, a series on the lives of Inspiring People and Witnesses of faith in the Catholic Church from around the world. These are people who lived their ordinary lives in extraordinary ways. Their unique stories inspire us to be rooted in our faith. God calls each one of us today to inspire our brothers and sisters and to be witnesses of our faith.
The Faithful Witness of this week is Glory Fernandes from Mumbai, India. Born and brought up in a Catholic family in the Southern Indian state of Kerala, she had worked in Mumbai till her retirement. She now lives in Mumbai with her husband and children. Glory’s story is so amazing to say the least. We don’t come across women of such faith and trust every day. She shares with us her journey of faith.
Our Faithful Witness of today, Glory Fernandes of Mumbai, India, shares with us her faith experiences, her closeness to Christ and more. Glory Fernandes a hearty welcome to Vatican Radio.
Tell us briefly about you.
Now share with us your faith experiences.
But you are not bothered by what they are saying?
So, you believe it is your faith that’s making it work?
You had strong faith from the beginning or after your sickness was cured?
You live in a place surrounded by people of other faiths. How does your faith help them or their faith help you?
Thank you Glory Fernandes. That was the first part of an interview with Glory Fernandes from India. In the second part of this interview next week, Glory Fernandes will share with us her husband’s miraculous recovery.
You have been listening to THE FAITHFUL WITNESS our weekly series based on the lives of Inspiring People and Witnesses of faith in the Catholic Church from around the world. Our Faithful Witness today has been Glory Fernandes from India. If you have a faith experience to share with us, let us know. Visit our website radiovaticana.va. This program is brought to you by Vatican Radio’s English Service for South Asia. By P.J. Joseph SJ
FRIDAY, 23 Aug 2013